Last Night of the Proms

Buy Tickets to see the Last Night of the Proms.

The Last Night of the Proms is the final night of the 8-week summer of classical music concerts performed annually at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Dating back over one hundred years this attracts some of the world’s best classical musicians and attracts audiences from all over the world.

Last Night of the Proms

The greatest annual party in classical music comes to a close tonight!

In our opinion these are best seats in the house, the view is Fantastic! Tiered for quality of sound and comfort.

 

  • Cat 1 - Premium Best Reserved Stalls / Premium Box seats. 

 

Seats are only guaranteed together in sets of two. Please contact us for further information on groupings and configuration.

 

*Date maybe subject to change

Last Night of the Proms

The greatest annual party in classical music comes to a close tonight!

Elevated behind the boxes, high above the arena. Acoustics from these seats are great with a good view of not only the stage but also the beautiful auditorium.

 

  • Cat 2 seats - Reserved Clear View Circle or Choir Seats (Rows 1-5)

 

Circle seats are only guaranteed together in sets of two. Contact us for further information on groupings and configuration.

 

*Date maybe subject to change

Last Night of the Proms

The greatest annual party in classical music comes to a close tonight!

 

  • Cat 3 - Restricted view Circle seats 

 

Restricted view Circle seats are only guaranteed together in sets of two. Contact us for further information on groupings and configuration.

 

*Date maybe subject to change

DISCLAIMER:


Prices are subject to change - Please check prices at the time of booking. Tickets are guaranteed in pairs and are priced per person.

The approximate face value of the tickets for this event are £43.00 - 109.00

Synopsis



The Last Night of the Proms is the final night of the 8-week summer of classical music concerts performed annually at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Dating back over one hundred years this attracts some of the world’s best classical musicians and attracts audiences from all over the world.
The Proms, or The BBC Proms, more formally known as The Henry Wood Promenade Concerts ... Wood, aged 26, seized this opportunity and built the "Queen's Hall Orchestra" as the ensemble specially devoted to performing the promenade ...
Every year since then, the Proms have always started on a Friday night in July onwards... until the last night
 

Seating Plan

Important Information/ Admission Rules



Children between the ages of eight and 18 are positively encouraged to join in the classical music celebrations.

Doors Open at 17.45 pm

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